BRYAN SHOOTING SUSPECT FACING NEW CHARGES; BOND AT $3.2 MILLION

  

The Grimes County man arrested after a mass shooting Thursday at Kent Moore Cabinets in Bryan is now facing additional charges.

Larry Winston Bollin
(Brazos Co. Jail)

27-year-old Larry Winston Bollin of Iola was charged Thursday with murder after one person was killed and five others were shot.  Bollin is now charged with attempted capital murder out of Grimes County, where authorities accuse him of shooting a DPS Trooper, and five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The victim killed during the attack has been identified as 40-year-old Timothy Smith of Bryan, who died at the scene of the shooting.

DPS identified the wounded trooper as Juan Rojas Tovar of the Madisonville Highway Patrol Office.  DPS said Tovar is in serious but stable condition at St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital in Bryan.

Juan Rojas Tovar
(Texas DPS)

Four other people were critically injured during the shooting at the business.  On Friday, Bryan police said two of the four victims remain at the hospital in stable condition, while a third patient is in stable but critical condition, and a fourth patient has been released.  A fifth victim with non-life threatening injuries has also been released, as well as a sixth patient who was taken to the hospital after suffering an asthma attack.

According to the police department’s arrest report, a co-worker of Bollin said he first began firing at Smith with a handgun.  The co-worker said Bollin “emptied a magazine” in Smith’s direction before reloading and firing at others.

Bollin is being held at the Brazos County Jail on $3.2 million bond.

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  1. Here is to hoping that the trooper makes a speedy recovery and that the shooter faces life in prison.

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